U.S. Electoral College

Historical Election Results

Electoral College Box Scores 1789-1996

Election 1789
President George Washington [F]
Main Opponent John Adams [F]
Electoral Vote Winner:  69 Main Opponent:  34 Total/Majority:  69/35
Popular Vote no record
Votes for Others John Jay (9), Robert H. Harrison (6), John Rutledge (6), John Hancock (4), George Clinton (3), Samuel Huntington (2), John Milton (2), James Armstrong (1), Benjamin Lincoln (1), Edward Telfair (1)
Vice President John Adams
Notes For all intents and purposes, Washington was unopposed for election as President. Under the system then in place, votes for Vice President were not differentiated from votes for President.
Election 1792
President George Washington [F]
Main Opponent John Adams [F]
Electoral Vote Winner:  132 Main Opponent:  77 Total/Majority:  132/67
Popular Vote no record
Votes for Others George Clinton (50), Thomas Jefferson (4), Aaron Burr (1)
Vice President John Adams
Notes For all intents and purposes, Washington was unopposed for election as President. Under the system then in place, votes for Vice President were not differentiated from votes for President.

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Election 1796
President John Adams [F]
Main Opponent Thomas Jefferson [D-R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  71 Main Opponent:  68 Total/Majority:  138/69
Popular Vote no record
Votes for Others Thomas Pinckney (59), Aaron Burr (30), Samuel Adams (15), O. Ellsworth (11), George Clinton (7), John Jay (5), James Iredell (3), S. Johnston (2), George Washington (2), John Henry (2), Charles C. Pinckney (1)
Vice President Thomas Jefferson

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Election 1800
President Thomas Jefferson [D-R]
Main Opponent Aaron Burr [D-R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  73 Main Opponent:  73 Total/Majority:  138/70
Popular Vote no record
Votes for Others John Adams (65), Charles C. Pinckney (64), John Jay (1)
Vice President Aaron Burr
Notes Prior to ratification of the 12th Amendment, votes for President and Vice President were not listed on separate ballots. Although John Adams ran as Jefferson's main opponent in the general election, running-mates Jefferson and Burr received the same number of electoral votes. The election was decided in the House of Representatives, with 10 State delegations voting for Jefferson, 4 voting for Burr and 2 making no choice.

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Election 1804
President Thomas Jefferson [D-R]
Main Opponent Charles C. Pinckney [F]
Electoral Vote Winner:  162 Main Opponent:  14 Total/Majority:  176/89
Popular Vote no record
Vice President George Clinton (162)
V.P. Opponents Rufus King (14)

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Election 1808
President James Madison [D-R]
Main Opponent Charles C. Pinckney [F]
Electoral Vote Winner:  122 Main Opponent:  47 Total/Majority:  175/88
Popular Vote no record
Votes for Others George Clinton (6)
Vice President George Clinton (113)
V.P. Opponents Rufus King (47), John Langdon (9), James Monroe (3), James Madison (3)

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Election 1812
President James Madison [D-R]
Main Opponent De Witt Clinton [F]
Electoral Vote Winner:  128 Main Opponent:  89 Total/Majority:  217/109
Popular Vote no record
Vice President Elbridge Gerry (131)
V.P. Opponents Jared Ingersoll (86)

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Election 1816
President James Monroe [D-R]
Main Opponent Rufus King [F]
Electoral Vote Winner:  183 Main Opponent:  34 Total/Majority:  217/109
Popular Vote no record
Vice President Daniel D. Tompkins (183)
V.P. Opponents John E. Howard (22), James Ross (5), John Marshall (4), Robert G. Harper (3)

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Election 1820
President James Monroe [D-R]
Main Opponent John Quincy Adams [N-R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  231 Main Opponent:  1 Total/Majority:  235/118
Popular Vote no record
Vice President Daniel D. Tompkins (218)
V.P. Opponents Richard Stockton (8), Daniel Rodney (4), Robert G. Harper (1), Richard Rush (1)
Notes 235 electors were appointed, but only 232 votes were cast due to the deaths of electors from Mississippi, Pennsylvania and Tennessee.

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Election 1824
President John Quincy Adams [Coalition]
Main Opponent Andrew Jackson [D-R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  84 Main Opponent:  99 Total/Majority:  261/131
Popular Vote Winner:  113,122 Main Opponent:  151,271
Votes for Others William H. Crawford (41), Henry Clay (37)
Vice President John C. Calhoun (182)
V.P. Opponents Nathan Sanford (30), Nathaniel Macon (24), Andrew Jackson (13), Martin Van Buren (9), Henry Clay (2)
Notes John Q. Adams received fewer electoral votes and fewer popular votes than Andrew Jackson, but won the election in the House of Representatives, with 13 State delegations voting for John Q. Adams, 7 voting for Jackson and 3 voting for Crawford.

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Election 1828
President Andrew Jackson [D]
Main Opponent John Quincy Adams [N-R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  178 Main Opponent:  83 Total/Majority:  261/131
Popular Vote Winner:  642,553 Main Opponent:  500,897
Vice President John C. Calhoun (171)
V.P. Opponents Richard Rush (83), William Smith (7)

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Election 1832
President Andrew Jackson [D]
Main Opponent Henry Clay [N-R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  219 Main Opponent:  49 Total/Majority:  286/144
Popular Vote Winner:  701,780 Main Opponent:  484,205
Votes for Others John Floyd (11), William Wirt (7)
Vice President Martin Van Buren (189)
V.P. Opponents John Sergeant (49), William Wilkens (30), Henry Lee (11), Amos Ellmaker (7)
Notes 2 electoral votes from Maryland were not cast.

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Election 1836
President Martin Van Buren [D]
Main Opponent William Henry Harrison [W]
Electoral Vote Winner:  170 Main Opponent:  73 Total/Majority:  294/148
Popular Vote Winner:  764,176 Main Opponent:  550,816
Votes for Others Hugh L. White (26), Daniel Webster (14), William P. Mangum (11).
Vice President Richard M. Johnson (147)
V.P. Opponents Francis Granger (77), John Tyler (47), William Smith (23)
Notes The election for Vice President was decided in the Senate, with Johnson receiving 33 votes and Granger receiving 17 votes.

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Election 1840
President William Henry Harrison [W]
Main Opponent Martin Van Buren [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  234 Main Opponent:  60 Total/Majority:  294/148
Popular Vote Winner:  1,275,390 Main Opponent:  1,128,854
Vice President John Tyler (234)
V.P. Opponents Richard Johnson (48), L. W. Tazewell (11), James K. Polk (1)
Notes William Henry Harrison died April 4, 1841. He was succeeded by John Tyler.

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Election 1844
President James K. Polk [D]
Main Opponent Henry Clay [W]
Electoral Vote Winner:  170 Main Opponent:  105 Total/Majority:  275/138
Popular Vote Winner:  1,339,494 Main Opponent:  1,300,004
Vice President George M. Dallas (170)
V.P. Opponent Theodore Frelinghuysen (105)

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Election 1848
President Zachary Taylor [W]
Main Opponent Lewis Cass [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  163 Main Opponent:  127 Total/Majority:  290/146
Popular Vote Winner:  1,361,393 Main Opponent:  1,223,460
Vice President Millard Fillmore (163)
V.P. Opponent W. O. Butler (127)
Notes Zachary Taylor died July 9, 1850. He was succeeded by Millard Fillmore.

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Election 1852
President Franklin Pierce [D]
Main Opponent Winfield Scott [W]
Electoral Vote Winner:  254 Main Opponent:  42 Total/Majority:  296/149
Popular Vote Winner:  1,607,510 Main Opponent:  1,386,942
Vice President William R. King (254)
V.P. Opponent William A. Graham (42)

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Election 1856
President James Buchanan [D]
Main Opponent John C. Frémont [R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  174 Main Opponent:  114 Total/Majority:  296/149
Popular Vote Winner:  1,836,072 Main Opponent:  1,342,345
Votes for Others Millard Fillmore (8)
Vice President John C. Breckinridge (174)
V.P. Opponents William L. Dayton (114), Andrew Donelson (8)

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Election 1860
President Abraham Lincoln [R]
Main Opponent John C. Breckinridge [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  180 Main Opponent:  72 Total/Majority:  303/152
Popular Vote Winner:  1,865,908 Main Opponent:  848,019
Votes for Others John Bell (39), Stephen A. Douglas(12)
Vice President Hannibal Hamlin (180)
V.P. Opponents Joseph Lane (72), Edward Everett (39), Herschel V. Johnson (12)

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Election 1864
President Abraham Lincoln [R]
Main Opponent George B. McClellan [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  212 Main Opponent:  21 Total/Majority:  233/117
Popular Vote Winner:  2,218,388 Main Opponent:  1,812,807
Vice President Andrew Johnson (212)
V.P. Opponent George H. Pendleton (21)
Notes Abraham Lincoln was shot the night of April 14, 1865 and died the next morning. He was succeeded by Andrew Johnson.

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Election 1868
President Ulysses S. Grant [R]
Main Opponent Horatio Seymour [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  214 Main Opponent:  80 Total/Majority:  294/148
Popular Vote Winner:  3,013,650 Main Opponent:  2,708,744
Vice President Schuyler Colfax (214)
V.P. Opponent Francis P. Blair, Jr. (80)

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Election 1872
President Ulysses S. Grant [R]
Main Opponent Horace Greeley [D-LR]
Electoral Vote Winner:  286 Main Opponent:  -- Total/Majority:  352/177
Popular Vote Winner:  3,598,235 Main Opponent:  2,834,761
Votes for Others B. Gratz Brown (18), Thomas A. Hendricks (42), Charles J. Jenkins (2), David Davis (1)
Vice President Henry Wilson (286)
V.P. Opponents B. Gratz Brown (47), N.P. Banks (1), George W. Julian (5), Alfred H. Colquitt (5), John M. Palmer (3), Thomas E. Bramlette (3), William S. Groesbeck (1), Willis B. Machen (1)
Notes By resolution of the House, 3 votes cast for Greeley were not counted. V.P. Henry Wilson died November 22, 1875.

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Election 1876
President Rutherford B. Hayes [R]
Main Opponent Samuel J. Tilden [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  185 Main Opponent:  184 Total/Majority:  369/185
Popular Vote Winner:  4,034,311 Main Opponent:  4,288,546
Vice President William A. Wheeler (185)
V.P. Opponent Thomas A. Hendricks (184)
Notes The electoral votes of 4 States were disputed. Congress referred the matter to the Electoral Commission which gave the decision to Rutherford B. Hayes.

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Election 1880
President James Garfield [R]
Main Opponent Winfield S. Hancock [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  214 Main Opponent:  155 Total/Majority:  369/185
Popular Vote Winner:  4,446,158 Main Opponent:  4,444,260
Vice President Chester A. Arthur (214)
V.P. Opponent William H. English (155)
Notes The vote of Georgia was not cast until December 8, the second Wednesday of December. If they had not been counted, Winfield S. Hancock would only have received 144 votes. James Garfield was shot July 2, 1881 and died September 19, 1881. He was succeeded by Chester A. Arthur.

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Election 1884
President Grover Cleveland [D]
Main Opponent James G. Blaine [R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  219 Main Opponent:  182 Total/Majority:  401/201
Popular Vote Winner:  4,874,621 Main Opponent:  4,848,936
Vice President Thomas A. Hendricks (219)
V.P. Opponent John A. Logan (182)
Notes V.P. Thomas A. Hendricks died November 25, 1885.

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Election 1888
President Benjamin Harrison [R]
Main Opponent Grover Cleveland [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  233 Main Opponent:  168 Total/Majority:  401/201
Popular Vote Winner:  5,443,892 Main Opponent:  5,534,488
Vice President Levi P. Morton (233)
V.P. Opponent Allen G. Thurman (168)

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Election 1892
President Grover Cleveland [D]
Main Opponent Benjamin Harrison [R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  277 Main Opponent:  145 Total/Majority:  444/223
Popular Vote Winner:  5,551,883 Main Opponent:  5,179,244
Votes for Others James B. Weaver (22)
Vice President Adlai E. Stevenson (277)
V.P. Opponents Whitelaw Reid (145), James G. Field (22)
Notes People's Party candidate James Weaver received 1,027,329 popular votes for President.

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Election 1896
President William McKinley [R]
Main Opponent William J. Bryan [D-P]
Electoral Vote Winner:  271 Main Opponent:  176 Total/Majority:  447/224
Popular Vote Winner:  7,108,480 Main Opponent:  6,511,495
Vice President Garret A. Hobart (271)
V.P. Opponents Arthur Sewall (149), Thomas E. Watson (27)
Notes V.P. Garret A. Hobart died November 21, 1899.

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Election 1900
President William McKinley [R]
Main Opponent William J. Bryan [D-P]
Electoral Vote Winner:  292 Main Opponent:  155 Total/Majority:  447/224
Popular Vote Winner:  7,218,039 Main Opponent:  6,358,345
Vice President Theodore Roosevelt (292)
V.P. Opponent Adlai E. Stevenson (155)
Notes William McKinley was shot September 6, 1901 and died September 14, 1901. He was succeeded by Theodore Roosevelt.

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Election 1904
President Theodore Roosevelt [R]
Main Opponent Alton B. Parker [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  336 Main Opponent:  140 Total/Majority:  476/239
Popular Vote Winner:  7,626,593 Main Opponent:  5,082,898
Vice President Charles W. Fairbanks (336)
V.P. Opponent Henry G. Davis (140)

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Election 1908
President William H. Taft [R]
Main Opponent William J. Bryan [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  321 Main Opponent:  162 Total/Majority:  483/242
Popular Vote Winner:  7,676,258 Main Opponent:  6,406,801
Vice President James S. Sherman (321)
V.P. Opponent John W. Kern (162)
Notes V.P. James S. Sherman died October 30, 1912.

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Election 1912
President Woodrow Wilson [D]
Main Opponent Theodore Roosevelt [P]
Electoral Vote Winner:  435 Main Opponent:  88 Total/Majority:  531/266
Popular Vote Winner:  6,293,152 Main Opponent:  4,119,207
Votes for Others William H. Taft (8)
Vice President Thomas R. Marshall (435)
V.P. Opponent Hiram W. Johnson (88), Nicholas M. Butler (8)
Notes Republican Party candidate Taft received 3,483,922 popular votes for President. After the election, Nicholas Butler was selected to receive the electoral votes from Utah and Vermont due to the death of James S. Sherman.

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Election 1916
President Woodrow Wilson [D]
Main Opponent Charles E. Hughes [R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  277 Main Opponent:  254 Total/Majority:  531/266
Popular Vote Winner:  9,126,300 Main Opponent:  8,546,789
Vice President Thomas R. Marshall (277)
V.P. Opponent Charles W. Fairbanks (254)

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Election 1920
President Warren G. Harding [R]
Main Opponent James M. Cox [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  404 Main Opponent:  127 Total/Majority:  531/266
Popular Vote Winner:  16,153,115 Main Opponent:  9,133,092
Vice President Calvin Coolidge (404)
V.P. Opponent Franklin D. Roosevelt (127)
Notes Warren G. Harding died August 2, 1923. He was succeeded by Calvin Coolidge.

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Election 1924
President Calvin Coolidge [R]
Main Opponent John W. Davis [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  382 Main Opponent:  136 Total/Majority:  531/266
Popular Vote Winner:  15,719,921 Main Opponent:  8,386,704
Votes for Others Robert M. LaFollette (13)
Vice President Charles G. Dawes (382)
V.P. Opponents Charles W. Bryan (136), Burton K. Wheeler (13)
Notes Progressive Party candidate LaFollette received 4,822,856 popular votes for President.

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Election 1928
President Herbert C. Hoover [R]
Main Opponent Alfred E. Smith [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  444 Main Opponent:  87 Total/Majority:  531/266
Popular Vote Winner:  21,437,277 Main Opponent:  15,007,698
Vice President Charles Curtis (444)
V.P. Opponent Joseph T. Robinson (87)

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Election 1932
President Franklin D. Roosevelt [D]
Main Opponent Herbert C. Hoover [R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  472 Main Opponent:  59 Total/Majority:  531/266
Popular Vote Winner:  22,829,501 Main Opponent:  15,760,684
Vice President John N. Garner (472)
V.P. Opponent Charles Curtis (59)
Notes Socialist Party candidate Norman Thomas received 884,781 popular votes for President, but no electoral votes.

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Election 1936
President Franklin D. Roosevelt [D]
Main Opponent Alfred M. Landon [R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  523 Main Opponent:  8 Total/Majority:  531/266
Popular Vote Winner:  27,757,333 Main Opponent:  16,684,231
Vice President John N. Garner (523)
V.P. Opponent Frank Knox (8)

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Election 1940
President Franklin D. Roosevelt [D]
Main Opponent Wendell L. Wilkie [R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  449 Main Opponent:  82 Total/Majority:  531/266
Popular Vote Winner:  27,313,041 Main Opponent:  22,348,480
Vice President Henry A. Wallace (449)
V.P. Opponent Charles L. McNary (82)

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Election 1944
President Franklin D. Roosevelt [D]
Main Opponent Thomas E. Dewey [R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  432 Main Opponent:  99 Total/Majority:  531/266
Popular Vote Winner:  25,612,610 Main Opponent:  22,117,617
Vice President Harry S. Truman (432)
V.P. Opponents John W. Bricker (99)
Notes Franklin D. Roosevelt died April 12, 1945. He was succeeded by Harry S. Truman.

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Election 1948
President Harry S. Truman [D]
Main Opponent Thomas E. Dewey [R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  303 Main Opponent:  189 Total/Majority:  531/266
Popular Vote Winner:  24,179,345 Main Opponent:  21,991,291
Votes for Others J. Strom Thurmond (39)
Vice President Alben W. Barkely (303)
V.P. Opponents Earl Warren (189), Fielding L. Wright (39)
Notes State's Rights Party candidate Thurmond received 1,169,021 popular votes for President. Progressive Party candidate Henry A. Wallace received 1,157,172 popular votes for President, but no electoral votes.

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Election 1952
President Dwight D. Eisenhower [R]
Main Opponent Adlai Stevenson [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  442 Main Opponent:  89 Total/Majority:  531/266
Popular Vote Winner:  33,936,234 Main Opponent:  27,314,992
Vice President Richard M. Nixon (442)
V.P. Opponent John Sparkman (89)

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Election 1956
President Dwight D. Eisenhower [R]
Main Opponent Adlai Stevenson [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  457 Main Opponent:  73 Total/Majority:  531/266
Popular Vote Winner:  35,590,472 Main Opponent:  26,022,752
Votes for Others Walter B. Jones (1)
Vice President Richard M. Nixon (457)
V.P. Opponents Estes Kefauver (73), Herman Talmadge (1)
Notes An Alabama elector voted for Jones and Talmadge.

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Election 1960
President John F. Kennedy [D]
Main Opponent Richard M. Nixon [R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  303 Main Opponent:  219 Total/Majority:  537/269
Popular Vote Winner:  34,226,731 Main Opponent:  34,108,157
Votes for Others Harry F. Byrd (15)
Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson (303)
V.P. Opponents Henry Cabot Lodge (219), J. Strom Thurmond (14), Barry Goldwater (1)
Notes Byrd received electoral votes for President from Alabama (6), Mississippi (8) and Oklahoma (1). Thurmond received electoral votes for Vice President from Alabama (6) and Mississippi (8). Goldwater received 1 electoral vote for Vice President from Oklahoma. John F. Kennedy was assassinated November 22, 1963. He was succeeded by Lyndon B. Johnson.

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Election 1964
President Lyndon B. Johnson [D]
Main Opponent Barry M. Goldwater [R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  486 Main Opponent:  52 Total/Majority:  538/270
Popular Vote Winner:  43,129,566 Main Opponent:  27,178,188
Vice President Hubert H. Humphrey (486)
V.P. Opponent William E. Miller (52)

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Election 1968
President Richard M. Nixon [R]
Main Opponent Hubert H. Humphrey [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  301 Main Opponent:  191 Total/Majority:  538/270
Popular Vote Winner:  31,785,480 Main Opponent:  31,275,166
Votes for Others George C. Wallace (46)
Vice President Spiro T. Agnew (301)
V.P. Opponents Edmund Muskie (191), Curtis E. LeMay (46)
Notes American Independent Party candidate Wallace received 9,906,473 popular votes for President.

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Election 1972
President Richard M. Nixon [R]
Main Opponent George S. McGovern [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  520 Main Opponent:  17 Total/Majority:  538/270
Popular Vote Winner:  47,169,911 Main Opponent:  29,170,383
Votes for Others John Hospers (1)
Vice President Spiro T. Agnew (520)
V.P. Opponents R. Sargent Shriver (17), Theodora Nathan (1)
Notes Spiro T. Agnew resigned as Vice President October 10, 1973. He was succeeded by Gerald R. Ford. Richard M. Nixon resigned as President August 9, 1974. He was succeeded by Gerald R. Ford. V.P. Ford was succeeded by Nelson A. Rockefeller.

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Election 1976
President Jimmy Carter [D]
Main Opponent Gerald R. Ford [R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  297 Main Opponent:  240 Total/Majority:  538/270
Popular Vote Winner:  40,830,763 Main Opponent:  39,147,793
Votes for Others Ronald Reagan (1)
Vice President Walter F. Mondale (297)
V.P. Opponent Robert Dole (241)
Notes A Washington (State) elector voted for Ronald Reagan.

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Election 1980
President Ronald Reagan [R]
Main Opponent Jimmy Carter [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  489 Main Opponent:  49 Total/Majority:  538/270
Popular Vote Winner:  43,904,153 Main Opponent:  35,483,883
Vice President George Bush (489)
V.P. Opponent Walter F. Mondale (49)
Notes Independent candidate John B. Anderson received 5,719,437 popular votes for President, but no electoral votes.

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Election 1984
President Ronald Reagan [R]
Main Opponent Walter F. Mondale [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  525 Main Opponent:  13 Total/Majority:  538/270
Popular Vote Winner:  54,455,075 Main Opponent:  37,577,185
Vice President George Bush (525)
V.P. Opponent Geraldine A. Ferraro (13)

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Election 1988
President George Bush [R]
Main Opponent Michael S. Dukakis [D]
Electoral Vote Winner:  426 Main Opponent:  111 Total/Majority:  538/270
Popular Vote Winner:  48,886,097 Main Opponent:  41,809,074
Votes for Others Lloyd Bentsen (1)
Vice President James Danforth Quayle (426)
V.P. Opponents Lloyd Bentsen (111), Michael Dukakis (1)
Notes A West Virginia elector voted for Bentsen as President and Dukakis as Vice President.

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Election 1992
President William J. Clinton [D]
Main Opponent George Bush [R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  370 Main Opponent:  168 Total/Majority:  538/270
Popular Vote Winner:  44,908,254 Main Opponent:  39,102,343
Vice President Albert Gore, Jr. (370)
V.P. Opponent James Danforth Quayle (168)
Notes Independent candidate H. Ross Perot received 19,741,065 popular votes for President, but no electoral votes.

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Election 1996
President William J. Clinton [D]
Main Opponent Bob Dole [R]
Electoral Vote Winner:  379 Main Opponent:  159 Total/Majority:  538/270
Popular Vote Winner:  45,590,703 Main Opponent:  37,816,307
Vice President Albert Gore, Jr. (379)
V.P. Opponent Jack Kemp (159)
Notes Reform Party candidate H. Ross Perot received 7,866,284 popular votes for President, but no electoral votes.

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